Greetings. Yes, you can use cell phone records in court, but you will need to send her a subpoena for the records as well as send the cellular company a subpoena for the records - make sure to give plenty of time since large corporations tend to take time to comply with subpoenas in my experience.
It is unlikely that anyone’s work phone records can be obtained and used - mainly because of expense. All documents you request, you must be willing to pay for.
I don’t know about what you are asking for days to reply or what the reply would be too. If you could ask that question in another, more specific way, that may help.
By the way, “the guilty one” is not all that imaginative. How about “low down rotten cheating scoundrel” or something fun like that? At least we should have a fun name for the forum, right?
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